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Texaco No Smoking Sign: Vintage 1930’s Era Porcelain Petroliana – VS6324

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Texaco No Smoking Sign: Vintage 1920's Era Porcelain Petroliana

This is an original vintage Texaco no smoking sign from the 1930's. It is just one of hundreds of collectible petroliana signs currently available for sale from ArtFactory.com. This original caution sign from Texaco gas stations is a single sided, porcelain sign that is rectangular in shape. It is 23 inches long and 4 inches tall. It has a white background with a black outline around the edges. It says "NO SMOKING" in large black letters vertically across the sign. There is a small, circular, Texaco logo on either side of the wording. The maker's mark shows that this sign was manufactured in October 1933, and per the writing on the back was made by Bieman Signs. It is perfect for display in your gas station themed man cave or automotive business, and its convenient size takes up limited wall space.

Texaco No Smoking Sign Specifications

  • Type: Genuine Vintage Porcelain Enamel Sign
  • Shape: Horizontally Oriented Rectangular
  • Sides: Single Sided
  • Company: Texaco
  • Warning Sign: No Smoking
  • Date Of Manufacture: October 1933
  • Manufacture: Bierman Signs
  • Country Of Manufacture: U.S.A.
  • Color: White/Red/Black/Green
  • Dimensions: 23 Inches Wide By 4 Inches
  • Condition: Original, As-Is, See Photos For Details

Texaco No Smoking Sign Additional Details

Texaco No Smoking Sign

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Like all of our collectible signs, it is sold in original, unrestored condition as pictured. This sign has a few dings in the sign face, but overall is in excellent condition for being an over 90-year-old item. We do not believe in restoring old signs because it is our belief that every ding, dent, and blemish is part of the story and history of the item. This vintage Texaco No Smoking sign, and all of our signs are guaranteed to be authentic, backed by over a century of experience in the antiques and collectibles marketplace. This sign is original memorabilia from one of America's most iconic brands. We are a one stop shop when it comes to outfitting your man cave or game room. We can can outfit an entire gas station or automotive themed room for you, or help you find that one special item that has been missing from your collection. In addition to signs, we have vintage visible gas pumps, oil pumps, lubesters, and more, that we have fully restored to working, museum quality condition. Our petroliana restorations are the best in the business because nobody has been doing it longer, or pays as much attention to detail.

This rare Texaco No Smoking sign is the perfect conversation piece that will wow your friends and clients alike. Like all of our vintage collectible signs, it is guaranteed authentic, investment quality memorabilia. We specialize in those hard to find signs that serious collectors are looking for. All antique collectables offered are genuine memorabilia and appreciable assets, not fake reproductions. All items are fine collectable art at the highest world class collector level. Contact us for pricing on this vintage Texaco No Smoking sign, or any of our collectible Americana, antique signs, old gas pumps, and classic collectables at 1-800-292-0008.

The History Of Texaco Signs

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Antique Texaco advertising, Gippsland Motor Garage, Old Gippstown. Gippslander2012, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Texaco, has a long history of creating memorable roadside signs for their gas stations. In fact, the Texaco logo itself, featuring a red star with a green "T" inside, has become an iconic symbol of American gasoline. On a Texaco sign, the green "T" stands for Texaco, which is an oil company founded in 1901, as the Texas Fuel Company. The name was changed to Texaco in 1905.

The green "T" is a distinctive part of the Texaco logo, and is often seen alongside the company's red star emblem. The logo has undergone several changes over the years, but the green "T" has remained a constant element.

Texaco has used various slogans over the years, including "The Texas Company," "Star of the American Road," and "You can trust your car to the man who wears the star." However, the green "T" has always remained.

The first Texaco sign was introduced in 1909 and featured the company's name in red letters with a white background. Over the years, the Texaco logo has evolved, with different variations incorporating different color schemes, typography, and graphics.

Texaco's first neon sign was introduced in 1934 and was an immediate hit with customers. The sign featured the company's iconic red star with a green "T" inside, and was illuminated with neon tubing, which gave the sign a bright, eye-catching glow.

Among the most famous Texaco signs are the "Sky Chief" sign, the "Fire Chief" sign, and the "Marine Lubricants" sign. Texaco also produced a range of roadside illuminated signs that could be seen from a distance.

In the 1950's and 1960's, Texaco began to introduce more modern designs for their signs, incorporating brighter colors and more eye-catching graphics. Some of these signs featured animated elements, such as moving stars or rotating globes, and became more elaborate, incorporating new technologies such as flashing lights and moving parts. Some signs featured animated elements, such as flying airplanes or moving gas pumps.

Despite their popularity, Texaco neon signs began to decline in the 1970s as other forms of advertising became more popular. Many of the neon signs were removed or replaced with more modern designs, and today, vintage Texaco neon signs are highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.

Today, Texaco signs remain popular with collectors and enthusiasts, with vintage signs fetching high prices at auction. While Texaco has undergone various changes and mergers over the years, their iconic logo and roadside signs continue to be a recognizable symbol of American culture.

Texaco No Smoking Sign Info

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